llegals Visit Capitol Hill On Invitation Of Politician, Demand Amnesty Through Executive Orders
Can we arrest a Member of Congress for inviting lawbreakers to encourage politicians to help them continue to break the law?
To mark May Day last week, Rep. Raul Grijalva (D-Ariz.) invited people who are in the country illegally to Capitol Hill where they released a list of executive orders they believe President Barack Obama should put in place, including stopping all deportations and bringing back deportees who have family here.
At the event, held in the Canon Office Building, seven people who are part of a “Blue Ribbon Commission” — six illegal aliens and an immigration attorney — that released a list of 14 things Obama could do (according to legal scholars they consulted with) to provide amnesty to millions without congressional approval.
“We insist that the timing [of the executive orders] be immediate and the scope be as broad and bold as possible,” a summary of the commission’s findings states.
How about the politicians listen to the insistence of the people who are legal citizens of the country, and vote them into office? Let’s say, issues like abortion, overspending, and following the rule of law?
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